(dùn)

HSK 5

Meaning

  1. pause
  2. arrange
  3. stamp feet
  4. suddenly
  5. (mw for meals)

Stroke Order

Traditional Chinese


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Pinyin Converter

  • dùn > dun4

  • 1: First Tone 一声
  • 2: Second Tone 二声
  • 3: Third Tone 三声
  • 4: Fourth Tone 四声
  • 5: Fifth Tone (neutral) 五声

Words sharing similar characters

Hanzi Pinyin Meaning
顿时 dùnshí immediately/suddenly
停顿 tíngdùn pause/halt
整顿 zhěngdùn organize/consolidate
阿灵顿国家公墓 Ā líng dùn Guó jiā Gōng mù Arlington National Cemetery in Washington DC, USA
阿普尔顿 Ā pǔ ěr dùn Appleton (name)/Sir Edward Appleton (1892-1965), British physicist, Nobel laureate who discovered the ionosphere
阿斯顿·马丁 Ā sī dùn · Mǎ dīng Aston Martin
埃德蒙顿 Aī dé méng dùn Edmonton, capital of Alberta, Canada
艾德蒙顿 Aì dé méng dùn Edmonton, capital of Alberta, Canada/also written 埃德蒙頓|埃德蒙顿[Aī dé méng dùn]
埃弗顿 Aī fú dùn Everton (town in northwest England)/Everton soccer team
艾萨克·牛顿 Aì sà kè · Niú dùn Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
安顿 ān dùn to find a place for/to help settle down/to arrange for/undisturbed/peaceful
鞍马劳顿 ān mǎ láo dùn travel-worn
饱餐一顿 bǎo cān yī dùn to eat one's fill/to be full
博尔顿 Bó ěr dùn Bolton (name)
波士顿 Bō shì dùn Boston, capital of Massachusetts
波士顿大学 Bō shì dùn Dà xué Boston University
波士顿红袜 Bō shì dùn Hóng wà Boston Red Sox (baseball) team
布莱顿 Bù lái dùn Brighton, town in England
布雷顿森林 Bù léi dùn sēn lín Bretton woods conference in 1944 of allied powers, regulating world exchange rates and setting up IMF and world bank
布里奇顿 Bù lǐ qí dùn Bridgetown, capital of Barbados
查尔斯顿 Chá ěr sī dùn Charleston
迟顿 chí dùn inactive/obtuse
捶胸顿足 chuí xiōng dùn zú to beat one's chest and stamp one's feet (idiom)
打顿 dǎ dùn to pause
打顿儿 dǎ dǔn er erhua variant of 打頓|打顿[dǎ dùn]
代顿 Dài dùn Dayton (city in Ohio)
道尔顿 Dào ěr dùn Dalton (name)/John Dalton (1766-1844), British scientist who contributed to atomic theory
德累斯顿 Dé lèi sī dùn Dresden, capital of Saxony 薩克森州|萨克森州[Sà kè sēn zhōu], Germany
德雷斯顿 Dé léi sī dùn Dresden, Germany
顿挫 dùn cuò a transition (stop and change) in spoken sound, music or in brush strokes/a cadence/punctuated by a transition/with syncopated cadence (brush stroke in painting)
顿挫抑扬 dùn cuò yì yáng cadence/modulation
顿号 dùn hào Chinese back-sloping comma 、 (punct. used to separate items in a list)
顿河 Dùn Hé Don River
顿觉 dùn jué to feel suddenly/to realize abruptly
顿涅茨克 Dùn niè cí kè Donetsk, city in Ukraine
顿涅斯克 Dùn niè sī kè Donetsk region of W. Ukraine
顿然 dùn rán suddenly/abruptly
顿时 dùn shí immediately/suddenly
顿首 dùn shǒu kowtow
顿悟 dùn wù a flash of realization/the truth in a flash/a moment of enlightenment (usually Buddhist)
顿足 dùn zú stamp (one's feet)
弗雷德里克顿 Fú léi dé lǐ kè dùn Fredericton, capital of New Brunswick, Canada
哈利伯顿 Hā lì bó dùn Halliburton (US construction company)
哈米吉多顿 Hā mǐ jí duō dùn Armageddon (in Revelation 16:16)
海顿 Hǎi dùn Haydn (name)/Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Austrian classical composer
汉密尔顿 Hàn mì ěr dùn Hamilton (name)/Hamilton, capital of Bermuda
杭丁顿舞蹈症 Háng dīng dùn wǔ dǎo zhèng Huntington's disease
赫芬顿邮报 Hè fēn dùn Yóu bào Huffington Post (US online news aggregator)
亨丁顿舞蹈症 Hēng dīng dùn wǔ dào zhèng Huntington's disease
华盛顿 Huá shèng dùn Washington (name)/George Washington (1732-1799), first US president/Washington, US State/Washington, D.C. (US federal capital)
华盛顿时报 Huá shèng dùn Shí bào Washington Times (newspaper)
华盛顿特区 Huá shèng dùn tè qū Washington D.C. (US federal capital)
华盛顿邮报 Huá shèng dùn Yóu bào Washington Post (newspaper)
华盛顿州 Huá shèng dùn zhōu Washington, US State
惠灵顿 Huì líng dùn Wellington, capital of New Zealand
惠特妮·休斯顿 Huì tè nī · Xiū sī dùn Whitney Houston (1963-2012), American singer and actress
霍顿 Huò dùn Hotton, Holden, Wharton, Houghton etc (name)
寄顿 jì dùn to place in safe keeping/to leave sth with sb
卡顿 kǎ dùn (computing) slow/unresponsive
卡尔顿 Kǎ ěr dùn Carleton
克莱顿 Kè lái dùn Clayton (name)/Crighton (name)
克林顿 Kè lín dùn Clinton (name)/Bill Clinton (1946-), US Democratic politician, President 1993-2001/Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
柯林顿 Kē lín dùn (Tw) Clinton (name)/Bill Clinton (1946-), US Democratic politician, president 1993-2001/Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
困顿 kùn dùn fatigued/exhausted/poverty-stricken/in straitened circumstances
拉顿 Lā dùn Rodan (Japanese ラドン Radon), Japanese movie monster
莱顿 Lái dùn Leiden (the Netherlands)
莱顿大学 Lái dùn Dà xué University of Leiden
劳顿 láo dùn (literary) fatigued/wearied
立顿 Lì dùn Lipton (name)
列克星顿 Liè kè xīng dùn Lexington, Massachusetts
马其顿 Mǎ qí dùn Macedonia
马其顿共和国 Mǎ qí dùn Gòng hé guó Republic of Macedonia (former Yugoslav republic)
迈克尔·克莱顿 Mài kè ěr · Kè lái dùn Michael Crichton (1942-), US techno-thriller writer, author of Jurassic Park
曼哈顿 Màn hā dùn Manhattan island/Manhattan borough of New York City
曼哈顿区 Màn hā dùn qū Manhattan borough of New York City
茅塞顿开 máo sè dùn kāi murky darkness suddenly opens (idiom)/a sudden flash of insight and all is clear
蒙巴顿 Méng bā dùn Mountbatten (name, Anglicization of German Battenberg)/Lord Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900-1979), British commander in Southeast Asia during WWII, presided over the partition of India in 1947, murdered by the IRA.
米尔顿 Mǐ ěr dùn Milton (name)/John Milton (1608-1674), English republican writer and poet, author of Paradise Lost
牛顿 Niú dùn Newton (name)/Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
牛顿 niú dùn newton (SI unit of force)
牛顿力学 Niú dùn lì xué Newtonian mechanics
牛顿米 niú dùn mǐ newton meter, unit of torque (symbol: N⋅m)
帕丽斯·希尔顿 Pà lì sī · Xī ěr dùn Paris Hilton
普雷斯顿 Pǔ léi sī dùn Preston, city in England
普林斯顿 Pǔ lín sī dùn Princeton, New Jersey
普林斯顿大学 Pǔ lín sī dùn Dà xué Princeton University
乔治·华盛顿 Qiáo zhì · Huá shèng dùn George Washington (1732-1799), first US president
琼斯顿 Qióng sī dùn Johnston (name)
史丹顿岛 Shǐ dān dùn Dǎo Staten Island, borough of New York City
甩手顿脚 shuǎi shǒu dùn jiǎo to fling one's arms and stamp one's feet (in anger or despair)
斯坦顿 Sī tǎn dùn Stanton (name)
特伦顿 Tè lún dùn Trenton, capital of New Jersey
停顿 tíng dùn to halt/to break off/pause (in speech)
威灵顿 Wēi líng dùn Wellington, capital of New Zealand (Tw)/Wellington (name)/Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769-1851)
温布顿 Wēn bù dùn Wimbledon
温布尔顿 Wēn bù ěr dùn Wimbledon
温斯顿 Wēn sī dùn Winston (name)
沃顿 Wò dùn Wharton (name)
西顿 Xī dùn Sidon (Lebanon)
希尔顿 Xī ěr dùn Hilton (hotel chain)
希拉里·克林顿 Xī lā lǐ · Kè lín dùn Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
休士顿 Xiū shì dùn Houston, Texas
休斯顿 Xiū sī dùn Houston
雪顿 Xuě dùn Lhasa Shoton festival or yogurt banquet, from first of July of Tibetan calendar
雪顿节 Xuě dùn jié Lhasa Shoton festival or yogurt banquet, from first of July of Tibetan calendar
伊顿公学 Yī dùn gōng xué Eton public school (English elite school)
抑扬顿挫 yì yáng dùn cuò see 頓挫抑揚|顿挫抑扬[dùn cuò yì yáng]
约翰斯顿 Yuē hàn sī dùn Johnston, Johnson, Johnstone etc, name
整顿 zhěng dùn to tidy up/to reorganize/to consolidate/to rectify
舟车劳顿 zhōu chē láo dùn travel-worn

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